funerary-steles

the lower register of the funerary stele of the Chantress of Amon-Ra, DisIsi (“Isis has given her”); 404-30 BCE, now in the Louvre Museum…
DisIsi making adorations to Osiris enthroned (wearing the White Crown with the two feathers and holding the Flail and the ‘Heqa’-scepter) followed by Isis and Nephthys (both raising Their right in blessing and holding the 'Ankh’, the 'Djed’ and the 'Heb-Sed’ sign, that is the symbol of the Royal Jubilee), Horus (falcon-headed and wearing the Double Crown), Hathor, and two forms of Anubis (both jackal-headed)